Scottish Landscape Photo Print of Glasgow Science Centre
Glasgow Science Centre
The largest building, the Science Mall, represents the canted hull of a ship, a reference to the adjacent ‘canting basin’, where vessels were brought to have the marine growth removed from their hulls.
The Glasgow Tower was designed to be the tallest freely rotating tower in the world but has been closed to the public more often than it has been open since it opened. The IMAX cinema was the first IMAX cinema to be built in Scotland.
The effect in this photograph was achieved by using neutral density filter which allowed a 5 minute exposure time during which the clouds moved.
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Each print is printed on Titanium Lustre Metallic Paper that has a beautiful pronounced textured silver resin coating finish which gives metallic sheen that glamour’s when the light catches it. Only the highest quality printer inks are used
41cm x 29cm
All prints are centred on A3+, which allows for a generous border for mounting and framing.
The print name and details will not appear on the delivered print, this maximises the subject print area.
41cm x 29cm = £45
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